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Feb

Snocoming Week Starts at MLHS

Snocoming began this week at the Maple Lake High School. Students will celebrate with games and events Wednesday, Feb. 14, Thursday, Feb. 15, and Friday, Feb.16. Decorations adorned the halls, and students enjoyed setting up and playing human foosball. Just like the recreational game, players are bound by rope and must score against an opposing […]

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14
Feb

School Extra by Bob Zimmerman

Mr. Andrew Brown, Mrs. Jenn DesMarais-Holland, and Mr. Steve Fuchs teach sixth grade students at Maple Lake Elementary School. They each have about 20 students in their home rooms, and each has one or more area of specialization. Mr. Brown covers social studies and science, Mrs. DesMarais- Holland teaches language arts, and Mr. Fuchs instructs […]

Wed
14
Feb

Winners of School Cribbage Tournament

Dalton Kerkow, won the 19th annual cribbage tournament put on by Maple Lake sixth grade teacher Mr. Steve Fuchs. Kerkow beat Nick Jost, by one point for the championship. Both students will receive cribbage boards and Kerkow’s name will be added to the plaque.

Wed
14
Feb

Speech Team Does Well at Swanville

The Maple Lake Speech Team is off and running. On Saturday, Feb. 10, the group traveled to Swanville where they finished third in the large school division. Receiving Honorable Mention for the Irish were Anna Becker, in Creative Expression; Claire Carlson and Josie Niemec in Duo Interpretation; and Sami Hayes, in Humorous Interpretation. The team […]

Wed
7
Feb

7th Grade Concert Warms up Winter

Photos by Bob Zimmerman The 7th graders performed their winter choir concert Monday night in the Maple Lake High School auditorium for a very receptive audience. The girls performed a variety of songs from “Going Down the Shore” by Amy F. Bernon to “Snow Is Falling Still” – a partner song with “Still, Still, Still” […]

Wed
7
Feb

8th Grade Concert Hits all the Right Notes

Photos by Bob Zimmerman The 8th grade choir at Maple Lake High School performed their winter choir concert on January 23 in the school auditorium.  left, some of the girls sing to a portion of the show. Front row, from left to right, are Bryn Elsenpeter and Makayla DeMars, second row, Emily Lewis and Hope […]

Wed
7
Feb

Battle of the Books Winners

Second through sixth graders participated in the Battle of the Books. 2nd grade winners were from left to right: 3rd place: Rayna Bergstrom & Alex Krauze, 2nd place: Kora Hiltner & Khloe Uecker, and 1st place: Rowen Kunz & Taylor Lee.   3rd grade winners were, from left to right, 3rd place: Brolin Chlan & […]

Wed
7
Feb

School Extra – February 7, 2018

By Bob Zimmerman “A multiplied by 7 equals 21, solve for A, then run that many laps” is a phrase I never heard in any physical education class I ever had. Maple Lake Elementary physical education teacher, Mr. Adam Ronnenberg, told me he uses mental math problems as just one way to engage his student’s […]

Wed
31
Jan

Local Students Honored for Essays

  There were twelve students from the Maple Lake area recognized for their essays written for the annual Knights of Columbus Catholic Citizenship Essay contest. The awards were presented on Sunday, January 21 at St. Timothy Parish church by Fr. John Meyer and local council Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Rob Ogram. The sixth grade […]

Wed
31
Jan

One Act Play Goes to Sections

The Maple Lake High School One-Act Play team gave a public performance, Thursday, Jan. 25, of their production “Orphan Trains,” before heading to subsection competition in Paynesville on Saturday, Jan. 27. The team finished second at subsections to advance on to section competition on Saturday, Feb. 3, at St. Cloud State University. Pictured, front row, […]

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